A warm welcome to St Bridget’s
We provide support and nursing care for physically disabled adults in a friendly and safe home. Our team is fully trained and we’re regulated by the Care Quality Commission.
You’ll find us in the lovely seaside village of Rustington, West Sussex, just 10 minutes from the beach. Rustington is a vibrant community with plenty of shops, cafes and other amenities. Annual events include a carnival, fête and concert.
We are also close to Littlehampton, with its sandy beach, and Worthing, which has a weekly street market and the occasional fun fair.
Facilities for you
St Bridget’s is a newly refurbished, detached Victorian house with 38 bedrooms. There’s always room for you to welcome your family and friends or get together with other residents.
Our facilities include:
- activities area
- physiotherapy room
- computer suite
- a lovely garden
We make sure mealtimes can be enjoyed by everyone. Our menus are planned by our residents and staff — tell us about your favourite dish!
The home offers a range of activities. Our residents have recently enjoyed arts and crafts, music, drama and quizzes. We also organise regular trips out, including to the beach, the theatre and restaurants.
You’ll have the chance to be social, get creative or enjoy exercise — you choose. We encourage people to take part but there’s no pressure.
Group activities aren’t for everyone and you might just want to do things on your own. If so, we can help. If you need support, one option is to find a volunteer to come along with you.
Whatever activities you’d like to do, you can always talk to one of our team about the different choices available to you.
St Bridget's bungalow
St Bridget’s bungalow is a newly refurbished three bedroom property in the grounds of St Bridget’s.
The bungalow is a great solution for anyone wanting to live somewhere on a temporary or short-term basis. Our fully trained staff can offer you as much or as little support as you want to help you live independently.
- three bedrooms with en-suite facilities
- kitchen and living room area
- fully accessible with a thoughtful layout
- can be adapted to your needs
‘My name’s Tim and I came to St Bridget’s six years ago. Apart from the physiotherapy, I enjoy activities that keep me "in touch" and involved.
‘Fortunately I have a laptop computer that I control with a voice-activation program. Through this I can read newspapers, use email and write what I want.
‘I also go to London every three months to lunch with old school friends, and have regular visits from family and friends. Every week, my friend Jeremy and I spend an afternoon working on Sudoku and other puzzles. It helps keeps the mind active.
‘All in all, being at St Bridget’s lets me still feel in control of my life — most of it anyway!’